User Manual - Westinghouse Small Appliances

User Manual - Westinghouse Small Appliances
1000W
STICK MIXER
INSTRUCTION MANUAL
220~240V
1000W
WHSM01SS
1000W
CONTENTS
SAFETY INFORMATION
Important Safety Instructions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 - 2
Electrical Requirements . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3
SETUP AND USE
Installation Guide . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3
Parts and Features . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
4
Stick Mixer Operation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5
Accessory Guide . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
6-9
Chopping Guide . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10
CLEANING AND CARE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10
TROUBLESHOOTING. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11
WARRANTY . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12 - 13
Figures and illustrations in this User Manual are provided for
reference only and may differ from actual product appearance.
Product design and specifications may be changed without notice.
IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
DANGER
DANGER - Immediate hazards
which WILL result in severe
personal injury or death.
WARNING
WARNING - Hazards or unsafe
practices which COULD result in
severe personal injury or death.
CAUTION
CAUTION - Hazards or unsafe
practices which COULD result in
minor personal injury.
***WARNING***
Keep hair, hands, fingers and other body parts away from the end of
the stick mixer whilst in operation.
1.
Read all instructions carefully before using your new stick mixer.
2.
Always turn the power off at the power outlet before you insert or remove the
power plug. Remove by grasping the plug - do not pull on the cord.
3.
Use handle grip and buttons only as some surfaces may become warm whilst the
stick mixer is in use.
4.
Do not operate stick mixer if:
i) the cord or plug is split, melted or damaged.
ii) the stick mixer has malfunctioned.
iii) the stick mixer has been damaged in any manner.
If any of the above incidents occur, return your stick mixer to the nearest
authorised service center for examination, repair or adjustment.
5.
This stick mixer is not intended to be operated by means of an external timer or
separate remote-control system.
6.
Close supervision is necessary when any appliance is used by or near children.
7.
Any appliance that has been dropped or damaged should not be used until
examined by an authorised service center.
8.
Do not permit the mains supply cord or plug to touch hot objects or allow the
power cord to lay across or near the end of the stick mixer.
9.
If the mains supply cord is damaged, it must be replaced by the manufacturer, its
service agent or a similarly qualified person in order to avoid a hazard.
10. This appliance is deemed for use indoors only.
11. Do not use harsh or abrasive cleaning agents. The outside surface may be
wiped clean with a soft, damp cloth and dried thoroughly. If necessary, a mild
dishwashing detergent may be applied to the cloth but not directly applied to the
stick mixer.
12. Do not under any circumstances immerse the power cord, mains plug or stick
mixer body in water or any other liquid.
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IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
13. This stick mixer can be used by children aged from 8 years old and above and
persons with reduced physical, sensory or metal capabilities or lack of experience
and knowledge if they have been given supervision or instruction concerning use
of the stick mixer in a safe way and understand the hazards involved.
14. Children should not play with the stick mixer.
15. Keep the stick mixer and its cord out of reach of children less than 8 years old.
16. Your stick mixer should not be unattended while in use.
17. This stick mixer should not be used in a commercial environment such as a
restaurant, hotel or hostel dining room.
18. Always use this stick mixer with a power outlet of the voltage (A.C. only) marked
on the back of the stick mixer.
19. Do not use the stick mixer for any purpose other than its intended use.
20. Do not place your stick mixer on or near a hot gas flame, electric element, heated
oven or any hot surface.
21. Do not place the stick mixer on top of any other appliance.
22. Do not allow the power cord of this stick mixer to hang over the edge of a table
or bench top.
23. Keep hands and utensils out of container while blending to reduce the risk of
severe injury . A scraper may be used but must only be used when the blender is
not running.
24.
WARNING: Do not blend hot liquids.
25.
WARNING: The blades are very sharp, handle with care.
26.
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WARNING: Exercise caution when removing the attachments from the stick
mixer and ensure appliance is turned off and unplugged whilst fitting attachments.
ELECTRICAL REQUIREMENTS
POWER SUPPLY CORD
1.
Do not attempt to modify the power cord or plug in any way.
2.
A short power supply cord is provided to reduce the risk of becoming entangled
in or tripping over a longer cord.
3. If the power supply cord is too short, do not use an extension cord. Have a
qualified electrician or serviceman install an outlet near the appliance.
NOTE: Neither Westinghouse nor the retailer can accept any liability for damage
to the product or personal injury resulting due to failure to observe the electrical
connection procedures.
INSTALLATION GUIDE
1. Carefully unpack your electric stick mixer.
2. Carefully remove packaging around the stick mixer and power cord. Do not
remove warning labels.
3. Wash accessories, chopper attachments and beaker before use.
Do not under any circumstances immerse the stick mixer body, mains
WARNING:
cord or mains plug in water or any other liquid.
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PARTS AND FEATURES
1. 1
2
Easy select variable
speed control.
2. Soft touch ergonomic
handle ensures a
strong and comfortable
grip.
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3. Powerful 1000W motor
chops, purees and
liquefies with ease.
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4. Easy release
mechanism for all
accessories.
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5. Potato masher, whisk,
blender blade, beaker
and mini chopper.
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6. Accessory storage base
keeps your accessories
together, neat and tidy.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
7.
10.
6.
8.
11.
9.
12.
13.
14.
DESCRIPTION:
1. Variable speed
control dial.
2. Pressure operated
on/off button.
3. Pressure operated
turbo speed button.
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6. Blender Blade
attachment.
12. Beaker.
7. Chopping bowl lid.
13. Potato masher
attachment.
8. “S” blade for
chopping bowl.
14. Accessory storage
base.
9. Chopping bowl.
4. Stick mixer body.
10. Whisk holster.
5. Easy release
mechanism.
11. Whisk attachment.
STICK MIXER OPERATION
1. Before first use, the accessories, chopper and beaker must be cleaned. Wash the
accessories, chopper and beaker with hot water and mild detergent. Rinse with
fresh water and dry thoroughly. Your stick mixer is now ready for use.
2. Ensure unit is unplugged from wall power outlet.
3. Insert required attachment into stick mixer body until it locks.
4. Ensuring your fingers are not pressing either of the buttons on the front of the
unit, plug the power cord into the power outlet and switch on.
WARNING: Keep hands clear of attachments when turning unit on.
5. Add ingredients into the beaker, chopper or other approved mixing apparatus.
6. Set speed to 1 on the stick mixer using the variable speed dial on the top of the
unit. It is recommended to start all processing at a this speed and increase the
speed during the processing.
7. Press the on/off or turbo button to start the stick mixer.
8. After use, unplug from the wall power outlet.
9. Press the easy release buttons either side of the stick mixer body simultaneously
to release attachment.
Fantastic recipes for this product and many other Westinghouse
appliances can be found under the recipe section at:
www.westinghousesmallapplainces.com.au
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BLENDER BLADE ACCESSORY
HOW TO USE THE BLENDER BLADE ACCESSORY:
PUSH
PUSH
1.
PUSH
2.
3.
4.
The blender blade attachment is perfectly suited for preparing dips, sauces, soups,
mayonnaise and baby food. The blender blade also works well for mixing and making
milkshakes.
1.
Ensure stick mixer is unplugged from the wall power outlet.
2. Insert the blender blade attachment onto the body of the stick mixer until it locks.
(see image 1 and 2 - above)
3. Ensuring your fingers are not depressing either of the buttons on the front of the
unit, plug the power cord into the power outlet and switch on.
4.
WARNING: Keep hands clear of attachments when turning unit on.
Insert the hand blender in the beaker or container being used, then press the on/
off button or turbo button. (image 3 – above)
NOTE: When using, ensure the mixer is used in a vertical up and down motion. Do not
use at a heavily tilted angle as this will flick contents outwards and away from your
mixing container.
5. Setting the variable speed control to 1 speed is recommended to start processing
at low speed.
6.
Once blending has been completed, unplug from the wall socket then press the
release buttons either side of the stick mixer body simultaneously to release the
blender blade attachment.
Note: We recommend using the supplied beaker whilst using the blender blade
attachment.
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CHOPPER ACCESSORY
HOW TO USE THE CHOPPER ACCESSORY:
PUSH
PUSH
1.
2.
3.
PUSH
4.
The chopper is perfectly suited for firm foods, such as chopping diced meat, cheese,
onion pieces, herbs, garlic, carrots, walnuts, almonds etc.
WARNING: Do not chop extremely hard food, such as ice cubes, nutmeg, coffee
beans and grains as this will cause damage to the chopper accessory and stick mixer.
NOTE: Before chopping, carefully remove the plastic cover from the chopper blade.
CAUTION: the blade is very sharp! Always handle the chopper blade by the upper
plastic section.
1.
Place the blade attachment into the chopping bowl onto the center locator pin
and push down carefully. (insert first image above)
2. Place foods into chopping bowl.
3.
Place lid onto the top of the chopper body and twist to lock the bowl. (insert
second image – above) NOTE: Always place the chopping bowl onto a dry stable
surface.
4. Ensure stick mixer unit is unplugged from the wall power outlet.
5.
Place stick mixer body into the top of chopping bowl lid and push down gently
until it locks.
Ensuring your fingers are not depressing either of the buttons on the front of the
unit, plug the power cord into the power outlet and switch on.
6. Use one hand to hold the stick mixer body and the other hand to steady the
chopping bowl.
7. Set the variable speed control to 1 for low speed or 5 for the highest speed.
8. Press on/off or turbo buttons to operate the chopper.
9.
After use, unplug from the wall power outlet then press the release buttons on either
side of the stick mixer body simultaneously to release the chopper accessory.
10. Remove the chopping bowl lid, carefully take out the chopper blade and remove
the processed food from the chopping bowl.
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WHISK ACCESSORY
HOW TO USE THE WHISK ACCESSORY:
PUSH
1.
2.
PUSH
3.
PUSH
The whisk is designed for whipping cream, beating egg whites, mixing sponges and
ready-mix desserts.
NOTE: It is not designed for mixing dough or other dense foods.
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1.
Ensure stick mixer unit is unplugged from the wall power outlet.
2.
Insert the whisk attachment into the whisk holster. ( image 1 above)
3.
Slot the whisk attachment into the stick mixer body until it locks.
4.
Ensuring your fingers are not depressing either of the buttons on the front of the
unit, plug the power cord into the power outlet and switch on.
5.
Set the variable speed control to 1 for low speed or 5 for the highest speed.
6.
Place the whisk in a beaker or mixing container. Press the on/off or turbo button
to activate the stick mixer.
7.
After use, unplug from the wall power outlet then press the release buttons on
either side of the stick mixer body simultaneously to release the whisk accessory.
8.
Pull the whisk attachment out of the whisk holster for cleaning.
POTATO MASHER ACCESSORY
USING YOUR POTATO MASHER ACCESSORY:
The potato masher is designed to give you fast
processing of lump-free light potato mash.
1.
NOTE: Ensure potatoes are cooked and soft prior to
commencing mashing.
1.
Ensure stick mixer unit is unplugged from the wall
power outlet.
2.
Slot the potato masher attachment into the stick
mixer body until it locks. (Use 1 image above.
PUSH
PUSH
PUSH
3. Ensuring your fingers are not depressing either
of the buttons on the front of the unit, plug the
power cord into the power outlet and switch on.
4. Turn stick mixer to 1 speed setting using the
variable speed dial on the top of the mixer.
5.
Place the potato masher into your mixing container
and only then, press the on/off button to activate
the stick mixer. NOTE: Start with lower speed and
increase as necessary. Do not use turbo function.
NOTE: In order to obtain light and tasty potato mash
add small amounts of hot milk and dairy butter.
6. After use, unplug from the wall power outlet
and remove the blades of the potato masher for
cleaning by turning the paddle blade clockwise.
NOTE: keep potato masher attachment connected
to stick mixer body during this step.
7.
PUSH
2.
PUSH
PUSH
Once potato masher blades have been removed,
press the release buttons on either side of the stick
mixer body simultaneously to release the potato
masher accessory.
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CHOPPING GUIDE
FOOD
MAXIMUM
OPERATION TIME
Meat 25cm Cubes
250g
15 sec.
Herbs
50g
10 sec.
Nuts, Almonds
150g
15 sec.
Cheese 25cm Cubes
100g
10 sec.
Bread
80g
10 sec.
Onions Chopped into 1/4
200g
10 sec.
Biscuits
150g
10 sec.
Soft Fruit
200g
10 sec.
CLEANING & CARE
1.
WARNING: Do not under any circumstances immerse the power cord, mains
plug or stick mixer body in water or any other liquid.
2. Do not use harsh or abrasive cleaning agents. The outside surface may be
wiped clean with a soft, damp cloth and dried thoroughly. If necessary, a mild
dishwashing detergent may be applied to the cloth but not directly applied to the
stick mixer.
3. Soaking the accessories in water will assist in the removal of sticky or tough
to remove substances. In most instances, running hot water over the utensils is
sufficient to remove most substances.
4. When washing, non-abrasive cloths and plastic bristle kitchen brushes may be
used to remove stubborn food particles from the accessories. Do not use abrasive
cloths and cleaning materials as they will damage the surface.
5. Ensure all accessories are dried thoroughly after cleaning and placed back into
the stick mixer storage base.
6. Store in a dry place away from steam and humidity where possible.
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TROUBLESHOOTING
BEFORE CALLING FOR SERVICE
If the stick mixer fails to operate:
1. Check to make sure the stick mixer is plugged in correctly and securely. If it is not,
remove the plug from the outlet, wait 10 seconds and plug it back in securely.
2. Check for a blown or tripped circuit breaker in your home. If these seem to be
working correctly, test another appliance in the same outlet to ensure the outlet
is working correctly.
IF NONE OF THE ABOVE SOLVES THE PROBLEM, DO NOT TRY TO ADJUST OR
REPAIR THE STICK MIXER YOURSELF.
CUSTOMER SERVICE
In the event you believe your slow cooker to be defective, please return it along with
your sales receipt to the place of purchase for resolution.
For any enquiries, please call our service center on: Tel: 1300 883 109
TROUBLESHOOTING
Troubleshoot your problem by using the chart below. If the slow cooker still does not
operate correctly, it may be defective.
TROUBLE
POSSIBLE CAUSE
POSSIBLE REMEDY
Stick mixer does
not turn on.
Stick mixer is not
plugged in.
Check that stick mixer is
plugged into a working
power outlet and turned on.
Chopper blade
not turning.
Possibly too much food
in the chopper bowl.
Reduce quantity of food
in the chopper bowl and
try again.
Paddle blade won’t
remove from potato
masher attachment.
Turning the blade the
wrong way.
Ensure the blade is turned
in a clockwise direction for
removal.
Lid won’t lock onto
the chopping bowl.
Chopping blade gear
misaligned.
Motor slowing down
and appears to be
struggling while in use.
Foods are too dense
or too much food in
the bowl or beaker.
Rotate the chopping blade
and retry fitting the lid.
Reduce quantity of food
and try again. Check speed
level is correct for your
ingredients. Refer page
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LIMITED WARRANTY
1.
Nothing in this Warranty affects the Consumer’s rights under the Australian
Consumer law. The benefits to the Consumer under this Warranty are in addition
to the rights and remedies of the buyer under any Consumer Guarantees. The
Australian Consumer Law requires that we confirm that:
Our goods come with guarantees that cannot be excluded under the Australian
Consumer Law. You are entitled to a replacement or refund for a major failure
and for compensation for any other reasonably foreseeable loss or damage. You
are also entitled to have the goods repaired or replaced if the goods fail to be of
acceptable quality and the failure does not amount to a major failure.
2. Subject to Clause 1, the Seller warrants that Westinghouse branded products will
be free of manufacturing defects and will perform to the Seller’s specifications
subject to the following clauses.
3.
The benefit of this Warranty extends only to the owner of the property in which
the Products manufactured or supplied by the Seller are installed and used by the
owner for the duration of the Warranty Period.
4. The Warranty commences on the date of the purchase of the product and
continues for the benefit of the Owner for the Warranty Period. If within the
Warranty Period a manufacturing defect is discovered in the Product, or the
Product fails to perform to the Seller’s specifications as a result of some defect in
material or workmanship in the Product, then the Seller will at its own discretion:
a.) Repair or replace the Product at the cost of the Seller, including but not
limited to labour and travel costs. Goods repaired or replaced under this
Warranty will be warranted for the remaining period of the Warranty.
b.) Refund the purchase price paid by the consumer.
5.
The Warranty does not apply to Product that :
a.) Has failed due to excessive wear and tear beyond what is considered to be
reasonable.
b.) Has been misused or neglected.
c.) Has been damaged accidentally or by acts of God including fire and flooding.
d.) Has been used or operated contrary to operating or maintenance instructions.
e.) Has been damaged by the Consumer or a third party authorised to act for the
consumer in transit from the Sellers store to the Consumer.
6.
In order to make a claim under the Warranty, the Owner must, where possible
return the goods to the Seller’s store at the Owner’s cost. Proof of purchase must
be supplied in all cases.
7. The seller will examine any returned Products and if the Seller determines that
there is an apparent defect through no fault of the Owner, the Seller will:
a.) Make note of the Owner’s contact details including the Owner’s telephone
number which the owner can be contacted during business hours, postal
address and e-mail address.
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b.) Make note of the defects reported by the Owner.
c.) Take back the defective goods from the owner and determine within a
reasonable time through dialogue with the Seller whether the goods are
defective.
d.)Advise the owner within a reasonable time frame whether it accepts or
rejects the Product claim.
e.) If the Seller accepts the return of the Product, the Seller must arrange to have
i) The Product repaired or,
ii) Replace the damaged or faulty Product or,
iii) Refund the purchase price.
8. The Seller will not accept any returned Product which has not been returned
strictly in accordance with this Warranty.
9.
For the purpose of this Warranty:
a.) Australian Consumer Law means the law as set out in Schedule 2 of the
Competition and Consumer Act 2010 (Cth).
b.) Consumer means the Purchaser of goods from the seller.
c.) Consumer means a Consumer as that term is set out in section 3 of the
Australian Consumer Law.
d.) Consumer Guarantees means the guarantees under the Australian Consumer
Law.
e.) Implied terms means any guarantees, conditions, warranties or other terms
implied by any Australian Commonwealth, State or Territory laws, (excluding
the Australian Consumer Law) or the law of any other jurisdiction.
f.) Owner has the meaning set out in clause 3.
g.) Warranty means this warranty.
h.) Product means the Product/s bought by the Owner from the Seller that fall
under this warranty.
i.) Warranty Period means:
i) In relation to Cast Iron Cookware:
3 Year Limited Warranty.
ii) In relation to Non-Stick Cookware:
3 Year Limited Warranty
iii) In relation to Cooking Utensils:
3 Year Limited Warranty
iv) In relation to Knives/Knife Block Sets:
3 Year Limited Warranty
v) In relation to Stainless Steel Cookware:
10 Year Limited Warranty
vi) In relation to Chopping boards:
1 Year Limited Warranty
vi) In relation to Small Appliances:
1 Year Limited Warranty
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